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To: madison10

My cents from pictures posted at the site:

Thumbs up:
Angelina Jolie—I love green
Natalie Portmen—although I’d like the dress better without the stem on the rose
Scarlett Johansson—pretty dress
Catherine Zeta Jones—everything about her is gorgeous, hair, dress, she is glowing
Megan Foxx
Olivia Wilde—very pretty
Leighton Meester
Carrie Underwood
Mila Kunis
Jennifer Lopez
Dame Helen Mirren

Thumbs down:
Nicole Kidman—she looks washed out, that dress does nothing for her
Halle Barry—trashy and ugly dress. Too bad, she usually looks lovely
Julianne Moore—just ugly
Eva Longoria —too much foofoo at the bottom
Kelly Osbourne—just fugly
Jennifer Love Hewitt—the only thing keeping this from a thumbs up is the funky bodice, would have looked much better with a traditional line at the bodice
Anne Hathaway
Tilda Swinton
Claire Danes
Lea Michelle
Jauary Jones—trampy
Sandra Bulluck—just ugly
Christina Aguilera — breast implants too big for the gown, bad fit
Michelle Williams
Tina Fey —ugly inside and out
Amy Adams

Best Dressed Award from photos shown award goes to——>
Catherine Zeta Jones
Runner-up-——————> Carrie Underwood

13 posted on 01/17/2011 1:26:14 PM PST by KansasGirl
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To: KansasGirl

After reading your post, a couple of random thoughts...

My wife thinks Ann Hathaway is gorgeous...I call her “horse face”

I think Olivia Wilde is hot, but she is a lesbian apparently.

Like I said, random thoughts.

Oh, lastly...can’t really comment on Christine A’s boobs (I am a breast man afterall) but she was damn good in Burlesque.

Yes, I go to chick flicks and I actually enjoyed this one...go see it....(and I HATE Cher for all the obvious reasons!)

16 posted on 01/17/2011 1:47:58 PM PST by Seeking the truth ( - Anti-Obama stuff here!)
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